Recruiting Recap 11/16

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this is a feature where we cover the latest offers, commitments, and of course our sleeper of the day too. You might see a heating up feature, it just depends on if a player is seeing a sudden surge of college interest.

Anyways, I hope everyone had a great weekend! It’s going to be another jammed pack week of content on the website, so be sure to continue to stop by or just tell others about our weekly recap if you like – we post every weekday morning!

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Commitments

Errington Truesdell
2021 Woodward Acd.
Vanderbilt

Scoop: Truesdell has always shown an acumen to digest plays quickly, and be effective against the run or pass. For most of his recruitment, that was good enough to get a wide-range of offers, but it was the added 20 lbs. over the last year that has put his recruitment over the top with P5 interest. Truesdell is a smart instinctual football player, he is a fundamentally sounds tackler and the added muscle has translated to seem of the best linebacker film in this recruiting class here in Georgia. Vanderbilt once again shows good patience recruiting the state of Georgia, and land a steal in Truesdell. 




Weekend Offers

Stratton Tripp
2021 Cartersville
Campbellsville & Reinhardt

Seven Cloud
2023 McEachern
Georgia

Mekhi Tchassama
2021 BT Washington
Berry

Isiah Earl
2022 Loganville
Berry

KJ Robertson
2021 Pebblebrook
West Virginia State

Tyreon Millsap
2021 Clarke Central
Faulkner

Marcus Allen
2022 Walton
Michigan State

Jaboree Goodson
2021 Mary Persons
Lawrence Tech

EJ Lightsey
2022 Fitzgerald
Tennessee

Ethan Nation
2023 Roswell
Tennessee

Gamarion Carter
2021 Stephens Co.
Virginia Tech

Landen Thomas
2024 Colquitt Co.
Tennessee

Jabari Ponders
2021 Meadowcreek
Carthage

Quinn Teeples
2021 Johns Creek
Greensboro

Luke Holloway
2021 Fannin Co.
Univ. of St. Mary

Audavion Collins
2022 Newton
Michigan State




Sleeper of the Day

Jonathan Brown
2021 Riverwood

Brown had 20 sacks back in 2019, and that alone is going to grab anyone’s attention. He played at DE and DT. Has pretty good hands getting off blocks, looks to have long arms – claims to have a 6’11” wingspan so that definitely explains how he was able to get off blocks so easily. Does a pretty good job of sticking with his assignment and does not overpursue the ball carrier. Definitely has a nose for the ball, and comes from the backside to clean up tackles. Brown is a high-energy guy with a solid frame to work with. He will have to line up at OLB at the next level, but with his energy and work ethic, that should be a pretty easy transition. Brown was the Region Player of the Year in 2019 and was one of the state leaders in sacks. Has already put on another 30 lbs. from this time a year ago, and if he continues that way, he could potentially play with his hand on the ground and be over 250 closer to 260 lbs. even, but probably a better fit at 3-4 OLB. Brown claims to be at 6’4″ now, which means he has continued to slowly grow over the last year or so here. At the moment, his recruitment has hit a dead spot but definitely deserves some D1 looks. Senior year, he has 23 tackles for a loss, one of the state leaders again, and 7 sacks too plus 15 QB hurries. He also caught an interception from point-blank and then returned it for a touchdown. Check out his highlights down below.

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